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Sunday Highlights: Big performances close out the weekend

 

WINDSOR 7, FLINT 6 – SO
– The Firebirds scored five in the second to lead 6-2 after 40 minutes before Windsor scored four unanswered in the third to tie.
– New York Rangers prospects Will Cuylle (Windsor) and Brennan Othmann (Flint) both recorded hat-tricks.
– Dallas Stars prospect Wyatt Johnston earned first star honours with a goal and three assists along with a shootout marker.
– Daniel D’Amico scored the shootout winner for the Spitfires.
– Windsor’s Kyle McDonald had two goals and an assist.
– The Spitfires were without Montreal Canadiens prospect Daniil Sobolev on the back end.
– Tag Bertuzzi scored twice for Flint while Sahil Panwar, Tristan Bertucci and Tyler Deline each had two assists.
– Spits rookie Kyle Downey stopped nine shots in relief before turning away both Flint shootout opponents to earn the win.
– Luke Cavallin made 35 saves in the Flint crease.
– Windsor improves to 8-6-0-2, four points back of first place Sault Ste. Marie in the West Division.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

OSHAWA 4, KINGSTON 3 – OT
– The Generals used the extra attacker to tie the score with 1:06 remaining on a goal from Boston Bruins prospect Brett Harrison.
– Ty Tullio scored on a power play one-timer 1:17 into OT for the game winner.
– Nikita Parfenyuk scored his first OHL goal for the Generals.
– Cooper Way and Kevin Niedenz both recorded two assists.
– Newly signed forward Jordyn Ertel made his OHL debut for Oshawa.
– Lucas Edmonds extended his point streak to seven games with a goal and an assist to earn first star honours.
– Patrick Leaver stopped 31 of 34 for the win while Kingston’s Leevi Merilainen helped his team earn a point with 29 saves.
– Oshawa improves to 8-6-1-2, three points back of first place Hamilton.
– Kingston sits two points ahead of Oshawa with a 9-4-3-0 record.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

SOO 5, ERIE 4
– Calgary Flames prospect Rory Kerins scored the game winner with just under seven minutes to go in the third period. He earned first star honours with a goal and two assists.
– Rookie defenceman Caeden Carlisle opened the scoring with his first two career OHL goals.
– Tanner Dickinson extended his point streak to seven games, scoring in a third straight for the Greyhounds.
– Dallas Stars prospect Jacob Holmes returned from injury on the Hounds blueline.
– Otters defenceman Christian Kyrou had a goal and an assist while Elias Cohen racked up three helpers.
– The Greyhounds outshot Erie 39-26 and the two clubs were a combined 4-for-5 on the power play.
– Samuel Ivanov made 22 saves for the win opposite Erie’s Nolan Lalonde who stopped 34.
– Sault Ste. Marie leads the West Division with a record of 11-7-0-0.
– The Otters have lost six of their last seven and fall to 4-11-1-0.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

LONDON 6, KITCHENER 3
– Nashville Predators prospect Luke Evangelista recorded his second straight four-point game with two goals and two assists.
– Sean McGurn also posted four points with a goal and three helpers.
– Colton Smith’s 10th goal of the season placed him in the League lead for most goals by a rookie.
– Knights defenceman Connor Federkow scored his first OHL goal.
– LA Kings prospect Francesco Pinelli was in on all three Kitchener goals with a goal and two assists.
– Knights rookie Owen Flores made 27 saves to win his first OHL start.
– London improves to 13-3-1-0, leading the Midwest Division by five points.
– Kitchener drops a third straight contest, falling to 8-10-0-0. The Rangers have lost six in a row at home.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

NORTH BAY 7, NIAGARA 3
– Brandon Coe and Matvey Petrov both had two goals and an assist as the Battalion won their fourth in a row.
– Coe extended his point streak to eight games and is now tied for the OHL scoring lead with 33 points (9-24–33).
– Josh Currie also scored twice for North Bay.
– Newly acquired Liam Van Loon scored his first goal as an IceDog, ending Joe Vrbetic’s shutout streak of 203:04.
– Ryan Struthers scored his first OHL goal at the Gardens where his older brother Matthew played for the Troops from 2017-19.
– Joe Vrbetic remains undefeated in regulation over a span of seven games, making 23 saves to improve to 10-2-0-1.
– Joey Costanzo made his first start since Oct. 22, surrendering seven goals on 34 shots.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

MISSISSAUGA 7, SUDBURY 2
– Tied 2-2, the Steelheads scored five unanswered, with Luca Del Bel Belluz completing his first career OHL hat-trick.
– Aidan Prueter played his 200th career OHL game and joined Owen Beck, Zander Veccia and James Hardie with a goal and an assist.
– Mississauga outshot Sudbury 51-29, winning their third in a row and eighth in the past nine games.
– Roman Basran made 27 saves for the win opposite Sudbury’s Jonathan Lemaire who made 44 saves.
– Mississauga is three points back of first place North Bay in the Central with a 10-4-1-1 record.
– Sudbury falls to 7-11-1-0.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

PETERBOROUGH 9, OTTAWA 3
– The Petes rebounded from losses on Thursday and Friday with a nine-goal outburst as Tucker Robertson led the way with a goal and four assists, putting him into a tie for the league scoring lead with 33 points (15-18–33).
– Emmett Sproule recorded a goal and three assists, extending his point streak to a league-high 17 games.
– J.R. Avon and Joe Carroll both had a goal and two assists while rookie Nick Lardis scored his eighth and ninth goals of the season.
– The Petes scored nine times on 27 shots while Tye Austin made his first start since Oct. 14th, stopping 28 of 31 for his first win of the season.
GAME CENTRE & HIGHLIGHTS

 

SARNIA 4, OWEN SOUND 0
– San Jose Sharks prospect Ben Gaudreau made 26 saves for his first OHL shutout.
– Local product Nolan DeGurse recorded a goal and an assist for Sarnia.
– Nolan Dann scored his ninth goal of the season, extending his point streak to nine games.
– Owen Sound’s Nick Chenard made 22 saves as the Attack saw their five-game winning streak snapped.
– The Sting win their fourth in the last five games to improve to 7-6-3-0.
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